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Four Seasons Resort Nevis embodies a fresh take on a timeless Caribbean experience. On an unspoiled island, our Resort is a spirited and soulful haven where both serenity and adventure can be pursued endlessly. Discover a place where Nevisian love and harmony is ever-present and infused through every aspect of your stay.
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BobonLongIsland wrote a review Jan 28
Smithtown, New York75 contributions62 helpful votes
We enjoyed a wonderful 6 day stay at The Four Seasons, Nevis -- everything about our experience was excellent. The hotel sits on a beautiful stretch of beach, the property is well maintained and our room was beautiful -- clean and comfortable. What really made the stay special was the staff at the hotel -- every person we encountered was friendly and eager to offer assistance.
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Date of stay: January 2023
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Room Tip: The spa was beautiful -- consider getting a massage. Very nice gym and golf course.
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Lisa M wrote a review Aug 2022
Charlotte, North Carolina2 contributions5 helpful votes
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We just returned from a 7 night visit to Four Seasons Nevis. This was our 4th stay as we love the resort and the island. We booked an Indigo Suite and were very happily upgraded to a CHELANII Suite with 2 Bathrooms ( huge perk when you share the room with 2 kids). Upon Arrival, the property Manager Ruby Garcia greeted us personally. We were also at the resort in 2021 and met her for the first time. During our 7 Night stay we would often see her on the resort and she would take time to visit with us and check all was well. Staff across the resort was friendly and energized. We felt welcome and taken care of every day of our stay in particular at breakfast at Esqualina. The team there works very hard and did a particularly great job with service and food offerings. Awesome egg and omelette station. Esmeralda in the SPA deserves the biggest thanks for a wonderful massage. I initially had a pedicure with her and she recommended the Nevisian Massage. It was amazing. Esmeralda was professional, kind, attentive and personable. Four Seasons Nevis has just improved over the years, it keeps getting better! Can't wait to go back.
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Date of stay: July 2022
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Response from Ruby Garcia, Owner at Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies
Responded Aug 15, 2022
Hello Lisa, you're part of the family now for sure. It was so nice seeing you again. We are so happy to hear that you continue to enjoy your stay with us time after time. We can't wait for the next visit to continue the fun and pampering.
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Vacation76177 wrote a review Jan 27
Ate at Mango restaurant on Jan 17th. Terrible food, bad service. Seared Tuna grossly overcooked. Staff apparently not trained in the basics. No water service, long wait for the simplest request,etc. This is all at sky high prices !Never again. By the Dune was fine.
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Date of stay: January 2023
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Room Tip: Don't go to Mango restaurant right away
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SophieP wrote a review Dec 2022
New York City, New York38 contributions6 helpful votes
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This gem of the Four Seasons resort collection is a delight. The oceanside rooms offered a gorgeous sunset in a lap of absolute comfort. The resort is quiet and remote, with a gorgeous stretch of Caribbean beach. The staff is OUT OF THIS WORLD! Super nice and incredibly welcoming and helpful. In fact, I had a very bad burn from an accident and they offered me creams and local aloe to help. This is not a party place. It's calm and relaxing. There are several local restaurants and bars within walking distance (including the famous Sunshines), which are worth an afternoon or evening stroll for some delicious grub and drinks. The Nevis Four Seasons is perfect for a low-key escape in an island that is very close to serene paradise. PS: Take a walk up and into the golf course. It's a wonderful stroll that invites little surprises, including groups of wild monkey families! (bring water!)
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Date of stay: December 2022
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Room Tip: Get a rental car. Taxies rack up to become expensive--and it's totally worth exploring the island...
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Hello Sophie, we are delighted to hear that you found Nevis to be a "serene paradise." We only hope that you return to our island home very soon.
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veryuniquetraveler wrote a review Dec 2022
NEBRASKA561 contributions627 helpful votes
Overall, the resort itself is VERY nice and the grounds very well cared for. The service received was amazing and most of the staff were extremely friendly and welcoming. ( only complaint is that it is just their nature to be very softspoken, so it could be difficult to hear and understand them sometimes ) To begin, you are met outside the airport and your bags loaded into a van. You are given water for the 15 min. ride to the boat dock while being given a brief introduction to the island. On the boat, you are given beer or rum punch for the 15 min. ride to Nevis. Be sure to take one to go. ( believe me, you paid for it ) Upon arrival, each group has their own guide to escort them to their room. You do not check-in as is usual. While it was nice to get to the room quicker, you are told that you need to go to the desk in the morning to give them a credit card to charge your meals, drinks, and activities. It was getting dark when we arrived, so we had to wait until morning to explore the property and find out where everything was. It would be very nice if they'd give you a map of the property. All our guide was concerned about was telling us where the fitness center, tennis courts, and golf course were, not where the restaurants and bars were. When he left us at the room, he gave us an envelope containing the activity schedule for the week and a letter to inform everyone that the fitness center, tennis courts, and first hole of the golf course were closed for refurbishing. Then why did our guide inform us where all of those things were? If all those advertised facilities were not available, and no one was told in advance of their stay, why weren't the room rates reduced as compensation? Instead of in room menus, they give you QR codes to scan, which we find quite difficult to use. Our guide was kind enough to help us pull up the codes on our phone. I asked if the menus on the resort's website were accurate. He assured me that they were, however, a couple of them were different on the QR code than on the website. They really should keep the website up to date. Better yet, why can't they just put a book with real menus and info in the room? ( not everyone is a 20 year old tech whiz ) Covid protocols? I wasn't too concerned as mostly all the venues were open air and it was not crowded. We only saw one employee during our stay who was wearing a mask and they were an outdoor pool attendant. I would have felt safer though if those who were handling food and drink at least wore masks and gloves. Our room was very spacious and well appointed. We received a fruit plate upon arrival. There was a huge TV and the mattresses & bedding were very comfortable. The balcony was large and had both a table & chairs and 2 lounges. The bathroom was huge with double sinks and a large vanity, separate toilet, and separate tub and shower. If only the tub would have had whirlpool jets! There was a make-up mirror and the towels were plush. Only complaint was that it was a bit stuffy in the bathroom. It really could have used a ceiling fan. Closet contained a safe, umbrella, and bug spray. Room contained a mini-bar that was supposed to be restocked each day. It never was, which was a first that we're encountered. Everything in it was severely overpriced. It would be nice if they would leave you a list and ask you what you would like put in your fridge, instead of filling it full of unwanted items. For what you paid, they could have at least given you a few free cold drinks everyday. The first night we ordered room service. Oddly, they returned shortly to collect the dishes. We hadn't even eaten yet. I've never stayed at a hotel where they returned so quickly to collect dishes. After that, we hung out the Do Not Disturb sign. Breakfast is served in the lobby restaurant. Milk and juice of the day are included. Water is extra. The buffet had a very nice selection, some items were the same everyday and some changed. The buffet was rather pricey at $45 pp, then half way through our stay, they changed the breakfast menu and increased the price of the buffet to $55 pp, VERY steep! However, they did not update the menu on their website for a couple of weeks. ( as a courtesy, you would think they could have at least allowed guests who had been staying there before the price hike to continue to pay the original cost of the buffet for the remainder of their stay ) You didn't get much value by ordering off the menu as the portions weren't very big. I had Eggs Benedict one day and the eggs were so tiny I swear they must have been quail eggs. English Muffin was paper thin. It wasn't even served with potatoes or fruit. So, you got much larger portions and selection with the buffet. There is a small, screened-in outdoor dining area which is nice, especially if you are ordering off the menu, a little easier to eat inside if having the buffet. The servers were all extremely friendly, called you by name, and waited on you hand and foot. Empty plates were cleared in seconds. All meals were charged 12% tax and an automatic 18 % gratuity. Then, they ask if you want to leave an additional tip. Seriously? Room service incurs an extra delivery charge. The thing that really bothered me was the water situation. They gave you free water twice a day in your room. They brought you free water all day at the pool or beach. They gave you free water if you left in a taxi. However, if you wanted water in a restaurant they made you pay $8 for it. Very, very odd and just not right. I've NEVER been to a restaurant in my life that didn't offer free water. Not everyone drinks alcohol or coffee, some people are on special diets and can't have caffeine or the extra calories or sugary drinks. If some people want to pay extra for special water, that's their choice, but good grief offer free water if requested. Happy Hour is supposed to be held every night out on the pier. Info sheet said 2 for 1 beer and wine, but some employees said it was buy one get one half off and each person charged you differently. We had the same drinks 3 nights in a row and were charged 3 different totals. Every night they ran out of Carib beers and seemed to be surprised. They would send out for more wine or liquor if they ran out, but not beer. Why? The first night, they had a DJ playing loud music, so it didn't suit us well. The second night, we were heading out to the pier when an employee passed by and said the pier was closed for a private event that night and Happy Hour had been moved to On The Dune. There was no sign to tell people this or any message sent out, so how was anyone to know. We sat there for a long time before anyone started showing up. The waitress was rather frazzled and presented everyone with checks to sign that hadn't been totaled. She just said, " your bill will be 50% off. Well once you've signed it? At least they gave you all the mixed nuts you could eat at Happy Hour. Each restaurant had a different food and cocktail menu. Didn't understand why they couldn't offer the same cocktails throughout the resort. Most of the food was very good. Be advised for the hefty price you pay you will only receive half a portion. ( half a Cornish hen, half a lobster ) There was no problem getting a reservation at any of the restaurants during our stay. Entertainment rotated between the restaurants each night. One night a steelpan drum was advertised as the entertainment, so we switched our reservation, as we enjoy steelpan very much. Well, he played about 10- 15 min,, then quit and there were singers the rest of the night, which wasn't as expected. The night we ate at On The Dune, it was only half full. The night we ate at Mango, it was 2/3 full and as we passed by On The Dune it was almost empty. The lobby bar was empty every time we passed by. The beach bar was advertised as temporarily closed during our stay, but they were preparing drinks for those on the beach. Website now states that it is open. I would have loved to have been able to sit there and eat lunch or have drinks and appetizers in the moonlight. It seemed like more a more casual, relaxed setting. As we walked back to our room every night after dinner, there were lots of rooms that had lights on and curtains open but no signs of anyone occupying them. ( no personal items in view ) It was just very odd. It was almost a bit eerie, like a ghost town. You just wondered if you were in the Twilight Zone or something. We were told that the resort was at 60% capacity, but it couldn't have been more than 1/3 full. You hardly ever passed anyone on the walkways and only about 1/4 to 1/3 of the pool and beach lounges were in use each day. Beach service was excellent. This is the only resort we've ever stayed at where you didn't have to get up at dawn and go down to the beach and place items on lounges to reserve them. Here, you pick any open lounge and the attendant comes and covers your lounge with a towel and gives you another for drying off. They bring you free water in a bucket of ice. They walk by throughout the day passing out banana bread, ice pops, and cool towels. They check often to see if you need anything. You can order food and drinks from the pool bar. They give you a paper menu the first day or you can scan the code. Menu has changed since our visit, but unfortunately, still is rather limited in selection and needs to include some lighter and more appetizer style snack items. If you leave, they give you two hours to return before they release your lounge to someone else, but that was not a problem during our stay. The lounges were the most comfortable of any resort we have ever been to. They started replacing the umbrellas while we were there, even though they appeared in good condition. They also have some private cabanas on the beach that you can rent. You never knew what to expect from the ocean. The first day, the water was perfectly calm and clear. The second day, there was a lot of seaweed, but the water wasn't very rough. The remainder of our stay, not only was the water full of seaweed, but the waves were entirely too rough to get in and a lot of seashells and rocks were being blown in, making it unsafe. We even saw a large log wash ashore. It was very disappointing as we had wanted to spend a lot of time in the sea. There are only certain sections of beach where it is flat enough to walk directly into the water. There are several areas where the sand has been eroded and there is a large drop off that you have to walk around to get to an area where you can walk in. I overheard another guest say, " this would never be allowed in the US, it's a big safety hazzard." The beach was supposed to be private and had no peddlers bothering you. One day, an intoxicated man walked by speaking incoherently. Another day a few stray dogs kept walking by looking for food, and an employee was trying to chase them off. Overall, the beach was very quiet and relaxing. I just wish the water hadn't turned rough as we wanted to enjoy it more. There are 3 pools, since the resort is so large, there is close access to a pool from all areas. One pool is a family pool, with a kiddie pool area and splash pool. Main pool is a mixed crowd and upbeat with music playing. Adult pool is very quiet and serene. Hotel grounds were beautiful and very well kept. We always saw landscapers working all day to keep everything tidy. The exterior of the buildings had a plantation style look to them. Be advised, while first floor rooms offer walk out access to the beach, you will need to have a second floor room to have a view of the ocean. Overall, it is a relaxing place to stay. Only thing is that there is little to do on Nevis and we like to explore. We inquired at the front desk to arrange an island tour. They said we could charge it to our room. They said it would cost $80, but they charged us $100 at check-out. Full island tour only takes 3 hours. We stopped at the Alexander Hamilton and Nevis history museums, $10 entry fee for both. We made brief stops at the hot springs to feel the water and enjoy the view from the remains of the Bath House Hotel. We stopped at 3 small resorts in the mountains: Montpelier Plantation, The Hermitage Plantation, and Golden Rock Inn. We had a look around their facilities, tropical plants, and some sugar mill ruins on their properties. All seemed to be beautiful, peaceful places to stay, but far from the beach and all had very limited parking. I think the point of stopping was to try to interest you in returning sometime for dinner. We were sad to hear that the Nisbet Plantation has closed. We had considered staying there, but were unable to make a reservation, now we know why. The island seemed very clean and well kept ( more so than St. Kitts ) and overall the people seem to have a good standard of living. We wanted to partake in a few of the resort's activities such as a botanical tour around the golf course & monkey spotting, but it was $45 pp. The rum tasting was $85 pp and pickleball lessons were $95 pp. Every activity was extra. This is by far the most expensive place we've ever stayed and it wasn't even all-inclusive. For what we paid it should have been. At every other resort we've been to, similar activities were complimentary to guests. Communication was very poor. Our travel agent contacted the resort prior to arrival to discuss their transfer service as we were not returning to the airport but staying at another resort on St. Kitts. She was told that they would handle everything and arrange transportation for us to our hotel on St. Kitts. Our travel agent felt that meant they would take us to our hotel instead of the airport as part of their transfer service. Upon check-in, clerk had our info and said a transfer had been arranged. He said nothing about an additional fee. He also clarified that we would not be returning to the airport but driven around the other side of the island to get to our hotel as going past the airport would be out of our way. We were told that we had been assigned to the 2 PM boat. We asked if we could stay in our room until 1:30. He said certainly, no problem. The night before we checked out a letter was left in our room stating that our bags would be picked up at noon and that we must vacate our room by noon. We went to the desk and the clerk on duty knew nothing about our late check-out arrangements and said she would have to get that authorized and we would have to return to the desk in the morning. In the morning, they still knew nothing. She also knew nothing about us going to another hotel instead of the airport. She said nothing was in the system. She said she would arrange for a taxi to pick us up at the dock. Then, she told us it would cost $90. We told her it was our understanding that our transportation to the hotel was included as part of their $170 transfer service that we paid for, as we were not being taken to the airport. How they had this information when we arrived, and they said everything was taken care of, then it all disappeared before we left is beyond me. We had wanted to spend the entire morning on the beach relaxing, but we had to go in earlier to get ready as we did not know what to expect. An hour may not seem like a lot of time, but it meant a lot to us. We were told our bags would be picked up anytime between noon and 1:30, so therefore, we had to be all packed and prepared by noon ( wasting an hour ). Promptly at noon, someone arrived to collect the dishes who basically wanted to know what we were still doing in the room, and was shortly followed by housekeeping who had not been informed that we were given a late check-out. I can understand the need to vacate the room at noon if the resort had been full, but there was hardly no one there, so they were not in need of the room. We sat around until 1:30 and our bags still had not been picked up. We called to the desk and shortly someone came for them. We barely had time to get to the boat. Had we not called, I don't know if anyone would have come for our bags. They were in such a hurry for us to leave, but then didn't care if we got to the boat on time. Once again, be sure you chug a few drinks on the boat, you paid for them, and will need them at this point. At the dock, there was a taxi waiting for us, but we didn't get to go directly to our hotel, as they had too much luggage for the people who were being transported to the airport to fit into their shuttle vans. So, we had to take a load of luggage to the airport before going to our hotel. I'm not talking one or two pieces, there were at least 12 to 15 pieces, filling the entire back of our van. So, they were woefully unprepared to get their guests to the airport. The cost for a taxi to our hotel from the airport was $60 not $90. We were assured at the front desk that we would not be returning to the airport, as it was out of our way to get to our hotel, but we were forced to go in order to get all the other guest's luggage there. Yet, they still made us pay taxi fare from the dock. So, we ended up paying to take other guest's luggage to the airport!! This was a very poor situation!! We felt severely ripped off, but knew nothing was going to be done about it there, so now we have our travel agent attempting to get us a refund. We were told before we went to Nevis it was all taken care of by their transfer service, so we shouldn't have had to pay any taxi fare at all. Additionally, their transfer service is advertised as round-trip, however, they charged us $170 both on arrival and departure. At the bare minimum, I feel we are owed a refund of $50 - $20 overpayment on the island tour and $30 overpayment on the taxi. We strongly do not feel we should have had to pay for the taxi at all. We also don't feel we should have been charged for the transfer twice as it was supposed to be round-trip, not one-way. Due to all this confusion, we were unable to relax and fully enjoy the last day of our stay. We also arrived at our next hotel an hour later than expected, due to the detour to the airport, which made us crunched for time to meet with their concierge to plan activities on St. Kitts. When you tell someone everything is taken care of, that should mean it's taken care of, not that additional fees will be incurred at the last minute that no one informed you of, especially when taxis had to be paid in cash. Had we been returning to the airport we probably would have had a little better experience. Just be advised this is not a place for people on a budget. Only come here if money is of no concern to you. We ended up paying double what we expected for food and beverage due to their high prices ( which increased over what was advertised during our stay ) and extremely high automatic gratuities. The place we stayed on St. Kitts was also upscale and had excellent service, but food & beverage prices and gratuity charged were half of what it was at The Four Seasons and portions were double the size. One of the things we enjoy about traveling, is sitting at the bar and chatting with other travelers and getting to know them a bit and exchanging travel stories. This is the only place we have been where NO one talked to us. Other guests kept to themselves and were not at all friendly or sociable. Again, the resort itself is very nice, the food was good, and the majority of the staff were very kind and attentive. However, the desk staff has serious communication issues. We felt the prices of food, activities, and services were too high and we did not appreciate being overcharged on several instances ( inconsistency on happy hour, island tour, taxi fare, transfer fare, etc. ) Would have had a much more enjoyable time if resort activities had been included in the price. For what we paid, they definitely should have been.
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Date of stay: December 2022
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Response from Ruby Garcia, Guest Services / Front Office at Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies
Responded 3 weeks ago
Thank you for your detailed review. We truly appreciate all of your comments, both the good and the constructive. We are always striving for improvement and look forward to having the opportunity to welcome you back for another stay in the future. If you would like to discuss any of your feedback in further detail, please feel free to email me at ruby.garcia@fourseasons.com. Thanks again!
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Maikaby wrote a review Nov 2022
Leeds, United Kingdom61 contributions41 helpful votes
We are staying with family on Nevis and we came to the Four Seasons Beach Restaurant for lunch yesterday.. We were made so welcome by Venetta and shown to a lovely table by the bar looking over to the beach and sea .. We had a lunch consisting of fish , crab cakes , locally caught fresh fish , all with beautifully presented salads and superbly chilled drinks & the ambiance was just fabulous .. We were looked and taken care of by Maureen , who was sensational and amazing and may I say an absolute credit to the Four Seasons .. Your other restaurant staff we’re all lovely in particular your chef who came over to ask us if we enjoyed our lunch and waitress Anna who was amazing too .. All in all we left mesmerised with the beautiful elegance of your wonderful resort and hospitality which was the second to none ..
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Date of stay: November 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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Response from Ruby Garcia, Owner at Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies
Responded Dec 6, 2022
Hello Malk, thank you for your "five-star" review. We're so delighted to hear that you enjoyed your lunch and the view at On the Dune. We will be sure to let the team know that you and your family loved your time with us.
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Mark P wrote a review Nov 2022
Cambridge, Canada59 contributions43 helpful votes
We love Nevis. Our favorite Caribbean island. We have dined simply but well at Passions several times. Great local dishes. Found new upscale restaurant called Drift right beside Nevis Airport. Excellent food.
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Date of stay: November 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from Ruby Garcia, Owner at Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies
Responded Nov 23, 2022
Thank you for your review. We're happy to hear that you enjoyed our little slice of paradise and were able to enjoy some of the islands restaurants.
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ebbawennberg wrote a review Nov 2022
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My family and I had a lovely holiday at FS Nevis. Excellent service, fantastic main (central) pool area. Could have been more dining options and change in menus however, as only one or two restaurant were open you could easily get a bit tired of the menu
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Date of stay: November 2022
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Response from Ruby Garcia, Owner at Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies
Responded Nov 18, 2022
Hello Ebba, We appreciate you're feedback and are very pleased to know that you enjoyed the service and your experience at the Limin' Pool.
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Warren P wrote a review Oct 2022
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This is our first time in Nevis. The Four Season's on website looks spectacular. The hotel itself is run downed and dated. When we got here we were informed that only one restaurant is open a night even though this is not clearly listed when booking or the hotel website. The staff is dismissive and unhelpful. We frequently vacation in the Caribbean and were taken aback by the lack of customer service. There is better service at a Marriot Residence Inn.
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Date of stay: October 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Responded Oct 31, 2022
Hello Warren, it is unfortunate that you did not entirely enjoy your experience with us. We assure you that we take guest feedback into consideration and very much appreciate you taking the time to share yours.
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Jennifer M wrote a review Oct 2022
The Netherlands67 contributions53 helpful votes
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Beyond obsessed with you guys. Hopefully I do not creep you guys out. 😂😂 The food, the people, the service. Hubby and I love y’all. ❤️ I am gluten and lactose intolerant and you guys made things happen so I can also indulge. Thank you so much. You guys rock! Cheers XOXO. ❤️ Jennifer
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from Ruby Garcia, Owner at Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies
Responded Oct 26, 2022
Hello Jennifer, we always love a fan of Nevis. It was our pleasure to make your stay such an amazing one. Thank you for your raving review and "five-star" rating. We hope to welcome you and your hubby back very soon.
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PRICE RANGE
$846 - $1,429 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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LOCATION
CaribbeanSt. Kitts and NevisNevisCharlestown
NUMBER OF ROOMS
196
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FOUR SEASONS RESORT NEVIS, WEST INDIES - Updated 2023 Prices & Reviews (St. Kitts and Nevis)

Frequently Asked Questions about Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies
Which popular attractions are close to Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies?
Nearby attractions include Botanical Gardens of Nevis (3.3 miles), Pinney's Beach (0.5 miles), and Cockleshell Beach (4.9 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies?
Conveniently located restaurants include Indian Summer Nevis, The Rocks, and Bananas.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness center during their stay.
Does Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies have airport transportation?
Yes, Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Are there any historical sites close to Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Bath Hotel and Spring House (1.9 miles), Montpelier House (3.5 miles), and Cottle Church (3.3 miles).